Revo Labs Unveils Wireless USB Microphone System With 60 ft Range

Jul 3rd, 2007 | By | Category: Audio Podcasting, Computer Hardware, Podcasting Hardware

revoxtagusbmic.jpgMassachusetts (USA)-based Revolabs, Inc., a maker of wireless audio equipment, has introduced its new xTag Microphone System. Revolabs is promoting the microphone system for use with a wide variety of applications, including VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol), podcasting, voice recognition, web conferencing, panel discussions and lectures, and many more desktop applications.

The manufacturer touts the system’s “Plug and Play” connectivity to Mac and PC’s, and encrypted audio for secure conversations. The xTag microphones clip ¬≠on the user’s shirt or jacket, boast full duplex audio, eight hours of talk time, and a range of 20 meters (66 feet).

The xTag Microphone System consists of a base station, two-­way audio (full duplex) xTag microphone, an earbud, a lanyard, plus a USB cable for interconnection to one’s computer. In addition to storing and charging the microphone, the xTag’s base station also serves as the wireless relay into one’s personal computer, at which point, the microphone can seamlessly be interfaced with Internet-­based communication tools such as Skype and Google Talk, among others. The xTag Microphone System also has128-­bit encrypted audio, for keeping conversations secure.

Martin Bodley, President and CEO of Revolabs, commented on the company’s new offering, “The xTag Microphone System provides breakthrough performance and freedom to users of VoIP applications, educators, doctors, lawyers, plus the legions of computer enthusiasts actively engaged in podcasting and other digital collaborative mediums.”

The new Revolabs xTag Microphone System carries a MSRP of $249.

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